The atmosphere of the Showground Pavilion under lights promises to be family-friendly, relaxed and perhaps even a little bit romantic for the night-time version of the Orange Region Farmers' Market.
The night market is a centrepiece of this weekend's celebration for Wine Week, with a focus on bringing food producers, winemakers and the general public together for an informal feast.
James Robson from Ross Hill vineyard said he hoped the night market would become a regular event for Orange.
"It's a combination between the very successful Farmers' Market and night markets all around Australia. The main difference from the regular market is that there will be cooked food. People can get wine and small plates of food and sit at the communal table, and it will be very reasonably priced," he said.
Coffee and cakes will also be available, as well as some fresh produce.
The night will be a learning experience for adults and children, with a kids corner to keep the little ones occupied and a food tour with Sydney Morning Herald food writers John Newton and Helen Greenwood.
The Orange Region Vignerons Association has sponsored the event.
Orange Region Farmers' Market Cath Thompson said the market would be an excellent chance to showcase food and wine together.
The market will be held from 6pm until 9pm tomorrow.
Entry is a gold coin donation to the Rotary Club of Orange Daybreak.